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The Congregational Christian Council of Maine is an association of Congregational Churches in Maine and we affiliate with the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC)
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May 19, 2021
Camp Winni Notification from the Administrative Team:
After prayerful discussion and much consideration, we have determined that holding an in-person camp this year will NOT be possible. It is a disappointment, however, the safety of campers and staff have to be our priority.
We are hoping to plan some Camp Winni virtual events during the week of camp -- please let us know that you'd like to see or be a part of!
Also, in our excitement for camp, we are starting to plan for Camp Winni 2022! We can't wait to be reunited with one another once again!
March 26, 2021
Dear Brothers & Sisters of the CCC/Maine:
We have all come through a trying and at times a dark period living with and coping with the Covid/19 virus. Things are improving throughout our state and country, however, we are not quite ready yet to gather this spring. With that said the annual Spring Meeting normally held on the 4th Saturday in April will not be held this year. However there is light at the end of this tunnel we all have been travelling through. The CCC/Me will be holding a fall meeting thanks to the gracious hospitality of Rev. Mark Tanner and the Skowhegan Federated Church in Skowhegan on 02 October of this year. This one day meeting will be a fellowship meeting only with no business agenda. We all need to get together and reunite with one another and thank our Holy Father for His guidance and love during this past trying year.
The officers for the 2020/2021 year will continue in place until we all can meet and have an election. At this time we are anticipating a spring meeting to be held on the 4th Saturday of April 2022 at Elijah Kellogg Congregational Church in Harpswell. The Executive Committee will continue to do the work of God during these unprecedented times. Business will be conducted according to our bylaws.
The CCC/Me is also pleased to announce that Camp Winniauguamauk in beautiful Brooksville, Me. will be held July 17-24 this year. More information will be forthcoming from the camp directors, and can also be found on the CCC/Me website.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of us on the executive committee.
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